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The Vision

Cognitive Behavioural Transformation (West Midlands), offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), counselling, mentoring, life coaching and psychological interventions. The service was developed to meet the needs of young people, adults and couples from all backgrounds. This is done with a theraputic relationship, on the foundation of compassion, understanding, empathy, and realness.

It is a helping service for persons who are ready to create a shift to positive thinking, to experience a positive change in behaviours and achieve progress, improvement and success in their day to day life.  The goal of the service includes teaching life skills to help reduce life’s distress and improve their sense of purpose, enjoyment, achievement, closeness, energy or engagement in life.The service is situated close to the city centre of Birmingham, West Midlands.

At the heart of the service offered with young people, adult individuals, couples and families, is the possibility to achieve or recover positive mental, physical, emotional health and wellbeing. Cognitive Behavioural Transformation uses a range of proven psychological interventions from Cognitive Behavioural Science, counselling and mentoring to teach effective life skills. 

We work together achieve personal goals to effect change of negative automatic thoughts and dysfunctional behaviours that are causing emotional, physiological and other distress.   Additionally the service offers and is getting in the way of relationship with self and others.

Groups, families, couples and persons  who engage one to one  and practicing the new life skills will experience significant improvement in their relationships as they improve communication, closeness, connections as they change their focus of attention from what’s wrong In their relationship to what are their strengths.

 
Creating the change you agreed

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